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the total ecosystem. in early 1963, the cbs television network today program about "silent spring." they interviewed rachel carson and her critics who allegiance. he was embroiled in a huge controversy surrounding "silent spring," which had been attacked viciously by the chemical industry, which they were protecting their interests of course, but there was also an argument offered that carson had proposed in "silent spring" was in some way fundamentally un-american. because what she was asking the country to do was to take a look at an economically important class of products, determine whether they presented a danger to the public. and if so, to extend the reach of government into the private sector to regulate them and do something about it. of course that is not an unfamiliar argument. if you listen to the debate later tonight you can hear the same thing still going unto this day. when president kennedy was going to do something about pesticides, he actually meant it. he appointed a presidential commission a day after the press conference and i showed you in the beginning of th
for with the roll call," and he's an analyst at cbs news, author of several books which they may have read, "the broken branch: how the congress is failing america," "it's worse than it looks how the american constitutional system collided with the new politics of extremism." he's been quotedded probably too many times for any data base to collect in one place. in the 1990s, there was an article i was in somewhere quoted, and you were quoted, and your quote was i have no idea. i thought to myself, you can get quoted for saying that, you achieved a unique status in washington, d.c.. i congratulate you on that. [laughter] the third speaker will be bill who is currently in the policy public practice, serving assistant to george w. bush in the white house, a policy adviser to bill frist, and chief of staff to joe pitts of pennsylvania. he has a very, very deep experience both in the house and senate, making him unique. he's made of top of the pyramid in both chambers, and he was particularly active at the time on the issues concerning senate rules and precedent. he's working on the sontorum campaign
is an analyst at cbs news. he is the author of several books, which you may have read. the broken branch, how congress is failing america, and the permanent campaign of the future, and most recently, it's even worse than it looks, the new politics of extremism. mr. norm ornstein has been quoted probably too many times for any data collected in one place. in the '90s he wrote an article that i might've been in some were quoted. in your quote was i had no idea. i thought to myself, if you can get quoted for saying that you have achieved a unique status in washington. i congratulate you on that. [laughter] >> our third speaker is bill wichterman. he is currently in the public policy practice. previously he served as special assistant to george w. bush in the white house. he is a policy advisor and senate majority leader to bill crist and worked in the senate in pennsylvania. he has great experience in matters of the house and senate. he is very unique and at the top of the pure land and his time spent in grassroots efforts for senate rules and precedents. he has also worked with the rick santoru
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